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  A Siren's Song
by William Bonilla
Sunday, December 19, 2004
Rated "PG13" by the Author.

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You torment my dreams
With the loveliness of your songs
Penetrating
My mind and destroying
My soul and sanity.

So, you have done
In legends of the sea
Appearing in the silence
Of warm quiet nights
In still waters
Before the escape of the horn.

Singing soft deadly songs
To sailors
Caught within, raging storms
As they round the immortal seas
Of a continent's Horn.

Searching
For those wanting moments
Of sensuous touches
The siren's promised them
In deadly songs
Carried by the wind.

For it will be the last
Sailors will hear
As the raging seas
swallow their wrecking ships.

Into the vortex
Of demons
Within the aquatic realm
Of Poseidon's own.


By: D'Artagnan
William Bonilla
12/17/04






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Reviewed by A PAX 12/20/2004
wonderful
so mystical and compeling
Reviewed by jude forese 12/20/2004
excellent version of the sirens mesmerizing spell ... fantastic imagery!
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader) 12/20/2004
A well penned poem about the siren that is very descriptive of that age old lure of the sea.
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 12/20/2004
Magical allegory , William. Trouble is, I wish I had seen this 15 year ago..no 17..
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 12/20/2004
A fascinating tale, William; many a man has fallen victim to an alluring Siren.
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 12/19/2004
A passionate penning, D'Artagnan. ;-)
Yes, you fellas must beware of those sea wenches.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 12/19/2004
Wow deep haunting and touching poetry you penned here William!!

Thanks for the sharing!!

Merry Christmas to you my Friend!!

love Tinka

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